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The High Blood Pressure Remedy Report Review | Exposes How To Control High Blood Pressure ? Vinaf.com

New York, NY (PRWEB) April 23, 2014

The High Blood Pressure Remedy Report is a new program developed by Craig Anderson, who has many years of experience in the health industry. The program provides people with advanced methods, tips, and detailed instructions on how to lower high blood pressure. With the program, people will discover a lot of exercises and proper diet plans to prevent some diseases such as heart attack, stroke, and kidney failure. In addition, people will know some simple and effective methods on how to normalize their blood pressure permanently. The program is designed to be suitable for those who want to cure hypertension without any medication. Since Craig Anderson released the program, he has received many positive comments from customers regarding their success. Therefore, the website Vinaf.com tested the program and has revealed an overview.

The comprehensive overview on the website Vinaf.com indicates that The High Blood Pressure Remedy Report takes people step-by-step through the process of learning how to reduce their blood pressure below 120/80. In the program, users will find out useful ways to detoxify their body naturally. Besides, the program reveals the reason why people should not smoke and drink alcohol during the hypertension treatment process. People will also know the link between stress, anxiety and hypertension, and how to get rid of these afflictions from their life. Buying the program, people will get a lot of instruction books from the author such as the ?High Blood Pressure Remedy Report? book, the ?Lessons From The Miracle Doctors? book, and the ?50 Ways To Naturally Lower Blood Pressure? book. Thanks to the program, people will feel more confident and enjoy their life.

Mercy Jane from the website Vinaf.com comments, ?The High Blood Pressure Remedy Report introduces to people natural remedies for high blood pressure.The program also covers a lot of strength training exercises, fat burning recipes. Besides, people will know ways to reduce inflammation, and ways to slow down the aging process. The program is designed simply for people to follow with ease. Moreover, people will get a money back guarantee if they are not happy with the results.

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Yourwellness Magazine Follows Up Crash Dieting Report

London, UK (PRWEB UK) 20 April 2013

According to a recent report in the Times of India, crash diets can lead to an iron deficiency, from which anaemia can develop. Macrobiotic nutritionist Shonali Sabherwal noted that she?s had patients who believe they can stay healthy by only consuming salads and soups. ?However, by skipping essential nutrition categories like carbs, which contain a lot of iron, they put themselves at the risk of anaemia.” With this in mind, Yourwellness Magazines investigated crash diets, and asked its readers to debate; Do Crash Diets Work?

For reader Fiona, crash dieting is the only way to lose weight that works for her. ?I always plan to go on a diet several weeks before the holiday starts, but somehow I never manage it in time and always end up needing to lose pounds at the last minute?They might not be much fun but they definitely do work.? Fiona noted that she combats the potential threat of vitamin deficiency by taking a multivitamin, and so a crash diet, which is almost always based on soup, salads, fruit and vegetables, are actually a fairly healthy option.

However, Ruth argued that crash dieting is not worth the bother. ?I did try a crash diet once when I wanted to lose a few pounds before a friend?s wedding. Apart from being incredibly boring, it made me feel terrible ? I had headaches and couldn?t concentrate. I only stuck to it a couple of days before giving up.? Ruth also noted the crash dieting efforts of a friend of hers who, after quickly slimming down to prepare for a beach holiday, found she had put all the weight back on half-way through the holiday itself.

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Health Hound Announces Free Investigative Report on Sensa After Bravo?s Patti Stanger Credits the Product to Weight Loss {twittertitle}{linksharetitle}{shareasaletitle}

Houston, TX, (PRWEB) July 06, 2012

After Bravo?s Millionaire Matchmaker, Pati Stanger announced she had lost weight from the weight-loss product Sensa, Henry The Health Hound announced a new investigational report aimed at helping interested users find out about the product. The company?s goal is to help people avoid weight loss supplement scams and get detailed reviews on how these products work. The new report focuses specifically on the Sensa product and offers a complete, investigative report which details how the product works and gives the Sensa product a rating based on quality.

The company announced the new free investigative report aimed specifically at the Sensa weight loss supplement, after Stanger debuted her slimmer figure and claimed that Sensa was responsible for her drastic weight loss. The health investigation site hopes that the new report can help those inspired by Stanger?s weight loss get real facts on Sensa and whether or not the product is safe to use and if it will work for those looking for weight loss help.

The new promotion, which allows users to access the in-depth investigative report for free, was launched after the Millionaire Matchmaker made her Sensa debut. The investigation site has launched the current promotion and free offer on their website and is offering the insider information to anyone looking to get facts on Sensa and other weight loss supplement.

The company?s latest offer is currently live on their company website and available to the public. To find out more about the company and their product reviews, visit: http://www.healthhound.org/sensa/.







Top 5 Fat-Burning Fruit Smoothies for Weight Loss Report and Video Released by Health News Wires

Boston, MA (PRWEB) October 12, 2013

Free for a limited time, The Top 5 Fat-Burning Fruit Smoothies For Weight Loss report and informative video from Health News Wires reveals information about the very best 5 fat-burning,nutrition-packed healthy smoothies. In addition to providing vitamins and minerals,The Top 5 Fat Burning Smoothies For Weight Loss include muscle-building protein and ingredients that increase weight loss and encourages the creation of more leptin, one of the body?s most important hormones for burning fat.

Fat-burning fruit smoothies are quickly becoming an important weight loss staple for people serious about losing fat, balancing blood sugar and getting in shape. The Top 5 Fat-Burning Smoothies from Health News Wires can easily be adapted to include protein, probiotics, fish oil, and powerful antioxidants – further increasing the nutrition value of each delicious smoothie.

Recommended by nutrition experts and fitness trainers for their ability to increase weight loss, provide important nutrients, and keep people feeling fuller longer, the Top 5 Fat-Burning Fruit Smoothie make excellent choices for effective meal replacements, post-workout recovery, or even dessert.

In addition to being a great, healthy option for breakfast or lunch, fat-burning fruit smoothies are easy to make, cost effective, and a great meal for people on the go. According to Michael Healey of Health News Wires ?The Top 5 Fat-Burning Fruit Smoothies report from Health News Wires provides ideal options for people looking for a delicious and convenient way to burn fat, build muscle, and improve their overall health.?

Fat-burning fruit smoothies are an important part of the successful One Day Diet, a downloadable program that details daily effective meal plans that speed-up metabolism and increase fat loss. In addition to including Fat Burning Fruit Smoothies as a part of a well-rounded eating plan, the One Day Diet details simple, natural ingredients that increase weight loss and fat burning and provide significant amounts of antioxidants, vitamins, minerals and essential nutrients.

The entire Top 5 Fat-Burning Fruit Smoothies For Weight Loss Report is available at http://www.HealthNewsWires.com/Top-5-Smoothies.

The complete One Day Diet Cheat Sheets and Meal Plan are available for a limited time at http://healthnewswires.onedayfatloss.com/cheat-sheets/.

About: HealthNewsWires.com is a new site that was launched in June of 2013 in order to educate the community in the importance of health and wellness. Previous topics covered on the site include Insulin Resistance; upcoming topics to be covered include weight loss, benefits of antioxidants, skin health, joint health, metabolism, digestive health, probiotics, gluten intolerance, cleansing diets, heart health, as well as several other highly informative articles to help people understand the connection between health and a high-quality of life. Most recently, they released a video explaining the Top Weight Loss Foods To Eat Before Bed.







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Juice and Smoothie Bars in the US Industry Market Research Report Now Available from IBISWorld

New York, NY (PRWEB) May 20, 2014

The Juice and Smoothie Bars industry has grown steadily over the past five years as operators have adapted to rapidly changing consumer preferences. In recent years, the perceived high sugar content of some smoothies and juices has forced the industry to adapt its offering. For this reason, cold press juice, which is made by hydraulically chopping and crushing produce such as spinach, kale and ginger without using heat, thereby yielding highly nutritious juice, has risen to prominence. According to IBISWorld Industry Analyst Andy Brennan, ?Industry revenue is expected to increase 2.3% per year to $ 2.2 billion on average over the five years to 2014.? The industry is anticipated to grow 3.8% in 2014, helped by the popularity of cold pressed juice.

The Juice and Smoothie Bars industry has been invigorated over the past five years by the cold press juice craze. Just five years ago, cold pressed juice was a niche trend, popular only with health fanatics. However, cold pressed juice has hit the mainstream and given rise to hundreds of new juice bars, typically selling juice at higher price points. However, the long shelf life of cold pressed juice has exposed the industry to greater competition, as it allows competing retailers without juicing machines, such as coffee shops, supermarkets and gyms, to sell fresh, healthy juice. This was emphasized in 2011 when Starbucks purchased Evolution Fresh, a cold pressed juice producer, to expand its in-store juice offerings. In early 2014, Jamba Juice, the industry’s largest player, announced it will roll out customizable whole-food blending to 300 of its 800 locations by the end of the year.

The industry will continue to evolve over the next five years, in line with consumer preferences. Due to increasing competition and less certainty about future consumer tastes, the industry is expected to become more nimble, with juice bars subletting space from existing retailers. Already, Jamba Juice is focusing on smaller locations with more flexible store fit outs, meaning it is subject to lower overheads. ?The cold pressed juice craze is expected to continue for at least the short term, as consumers continue to demand menus low in sugar and high in nutrients,? says Brennan. The average industry profit margin is expected to expand slightly, though it will remain low due to fierce competition and rising input prices. Overall, industry revenue is projected to increase over the next five years.

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The Juice and Smoothie Bars industry consists of establishments that primarily sell smoothies and fresh-made juices. A smoothie is a blended, sometimes sweetened beverage primarily made from fresh fruit or vegetables combined with ice, frozen fruit or other frozen ingredients. Some juice and smoothie bars offer add-ins, like soy milk, whey powder, green tea and herbal or nutritional supplements. Revenue from other beverage and food sales is also included.

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U.S. News & World Report Announces Best Diets 2013 – Weight Watchers

Washington, D.C (PRWEB) February 13, 2013

For a meaningful start to a healthy new year, U.S. News & World Report released today its Best Diets 2013 rankings, featuring a variety of weight loss programs. The third installment of this popular ranking features expanded coverage, including new plant-based diets rankings.

Best Diets 2013 provides a look at 29 diets, ranging from the Traditional Asian Diet to Weight Watchers. Diets were ranked based on ratings from an independent panel of 20 experts. The experts rated each diet in categories such as ease of compliance, diabetes control and management, heart health, weight loss, safety, and nutritional completeness.

?Many Americans struggle with maintaining a healthy diet, and especially around the first of the year tend to become interested in trying a new one,? said Brian Kelly, Editor and Chief Content Officer of U.S. News. ?Diets are serious business, so we?ve assembled the experts to provide the best and most current information for consumers.?

Increasingly popular in health and wellness circles, plant-based diets have gained attention as a potential antidote to the obesity epidemic in this country. In addition to weight loss, research suggests these diets help protect against diabetes, heart disease, and other health conditions. U.S. News evaluated 11 plant-based diets, including the Anti-Inflammatory Diet, Engine 2 Diet, and Flexitarian Diet.

Among other things, an in-depth profile for each diet explains how the diet works, evaluates its claims, and reveals what it’s like to live on the diet.

Best Diets 2013 will be available online after 12:01 am ET on Tuesday, January 8 at http://www.usnews.com/bestdiets2013.

Best Diets 2013 features rankings in the following eight categories:

Best Plant-Based Diets

The Mediterranean Diet took first place in the survey?s newest category. It was followed closely by Dawn Jackson Blatner?s Flexitarian Diet, a flexible approach to vegetarianism, and then Dean Ornish?s Diet, a low-fat, heart-healthy eating regimen bolstered by exercise, social support and stress management techniques.

Best Weight-Loss Diets

Weight Watchers ranked first place in weight loss. Tied for second place were Jenny Craig, the Biggest Loser Diet, and the raw food diet.

Best Heart-Healthy Diets

The Ornish Diet ranked No. 1 for heart health. The TLC Diet, a government-designed eating plan that stands for Therapeutic Lifestyle Changes, took second place. Another government-developed diet, DASH (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension), came in third.

Best Diabetes Diets

The DASH Diet tied with the Biggest Loser Diet for the top diet for preventing or managing diabetes. Close behind it was a five-way tie among the Mayo Clinic Diet, the Ornish Diet, the vegan diet, Engine 2 Diet, and Flexitarian Diet.

Best Diets Overall

The DASH Diet ranked No. 1 overall. The TLC Diet came in at a close second, while the Mediterranean Diet, Mayo Clinic Diet, and Weight Watchers tied for third place.

Best Commercial Diet Plans

Some dieters may seek the structure and social support provided by many brand-name programs, so U.S. News also examined 12 commercial diet plans, from Dukan to Slim-Fast. Weight Watchers ranked No. 1, followed by Jenny Craig at No. 2, and the Biggest Loser Diet in third place.

Best Diets for Healthy Eating

Considered the gold standard by our panelists, the DASH diet claimed first place for healthfulness. Scoring second place was the TLC Diet, with the Mediterranean diet placing third.

Easiest Diets to Follow

With its extensive guidance and support, Weight Watchers ranked No. 1 among the easiest diets to follow. Jenny Craig followed close behind in second place. A tie for third went to the Mediterranean Diet and Flexitarian Diet.

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Rising Health Consciousness and Aging Population Drive the Global Functional Foods and Drinks Market, According to New Report by Global Industry Analysts, Inc.

San Jose, California (PRWEB) April 29, 2014

Follow us on LinkedIn. ? Functional foods provide disease-preventing, longevity-increasing, and health-promoting benefits. Time constraints and stressful lifestyles have led to unhealthy eating habits including the infamous snacking culture. An increasing number of people are now turning to functional foods to keep healthy and fit. Rising health consciousness is encouraging demand for nutritious foods, and growing confidence in food products offering health benefits beyond basic nutrition, represent factors which offer a strong business case for functional foods. Aging demographics and growing trend towards preventive healthcare amid rising healthcare costs, among other factors, are anticipated to propel growth in the market over the coming years. Changing consumer preference from synthetic ingredients/supplements to organic and natural food products represents another major growth driver.

Weight loss and cholesterol-reducing foods and drinks along with gut/stomach health promoters, metabolism boosters, immunity boosters, and blood pressure reducers, represent popular functional food and drink categories. Probiotics ranks as the fastest growing product market globally. Demand for probiotic yogurts, in particular, offers significant growth opportunities due to their numerous health claims. Kefir is another functional food that is currently widely popular.

Innovation in recipes, ingredients, and packaging such as, vitamin enriched beverages, natural organic ingredients, and effective and safe packaging, are supporting growth in functional drinks. The market is also benefiting from the launch of ?Super Greens? such as spirulina, wheatgrass and Chlorella, rising demand for sugar-free drinks, and expanding presence of non-dairy drinks such as soymilk, rice milk, almond milk, and oat milk. Functional beverages such as sleep improving drinks, weight management drinks, anti-cholesterol drinks, tooth friendly drinks, energy drinks, omega 3 beverages, health energy drinks, and drinks for elderly people are also gaining wider acceptance thus benefiting market prospects.

As stated by the new market research report on Functional Foods and Drinks, the United States, Europe and Japan constitute the largest markets worldwide. Asia-Pacific represents the fastest growing market with a CAGR of 10.9% over the analysis period. Transforming consumption patterns, expanding middle class, rising disposable incomes, health awareness, aggressive retail marketing, Westernization of food habits, aging population, and rising standards of living represent key growth drivers in the region.

Key players covered in the report include Amway, Archer Daniels Midland Company, BASF SE, BASF Human Nutrition, Ceapro, Inc., General Mills, Inc., Groupe Danone, Kellogg Company, Nestl

New Report from Consumers for Dental Choice/ Zogby Analytics Clearly Shows that Americans are Measurably Misled About the Mercury in Their Dental Fillings

Washington, DC (PRWEB) August 12, 2014

After decades of hearing their mercury-based dental fillings called ?silver? and ?amalgam? by their dentists and the FDA, it shouldn?t be surprising that Americans are feeling more than a little misled about what?s being put in their mouths.

A new report released today by Consumers for Dental Choice, based on a poll by Zogby Analytics, makes clear that deliberately misleading terms for mercury-based dental fillings have led to deliberately misled consumers.

A copy of the report and poll findings is available here.

The bottom line, according to Zogby?s poll of 1,508 Americans: A significant majority (57%) aren?t aware that neurotoxic mercury is the primary ingredient in ?silver? or ?amalgam? dental fillings and nearly one-in-four (23%) believe that silver is the primary ingredient.

Other key findings from the Zogby survey include:


Only about one-in-ten (11%) of Americans report ever being told by their dentists that amalgam fillings are mostly mercury.

And, two-out-of-three (66%) of the poll respondents believe their dentists do not provide them with enough information about alternatives to mercury-based dental fillings to help them make informed decisions for themselves and their families.

Consumers for Dental Choice released the Zogby results as part of a special report today. That report, “Measurably Misleading”, set out to measure exactly how little most consumers know about what?s in their dental fillings, and how this lack of knowledge affects their healthcare decision-making.

Joining Consumers for Dental Choice in endorsing the findings of the report are: the Mercury Policy Project; Organic Consumers Association; International Indian Treaty Council; Alliance for Natural Health and Clean Water Action.

According to Charlie Brown, executive director of Consumers for Dental Choice: ?We knew, of course, that Americans were being misled about mercury-based dental fillings through the use of terms like ?silver? and ?amalgam.? What we learned through this poll is just how measurably effective these word games have been and the implications all this deception has for policymaking. What is clear through this research is that it?s time for the FDA to stop misleading and start leading when it comes to American families? right to know what?s in their dental fillings.?

The key problem behind all these misled consumers is the fact that the FDA has failed to provide consumer labeling or patient education when it comes to mercury-based dental fillings. Without that labeling and education, misleading terms like ?silver? and ?amalgam? are all the information most consumers get from the FDA, the dental industry and their own dentists.

Not surprisingly, nearly two-out-of-three (63%) of Americans, according to the Zogby poll, consider the term ?silver fillings? to be misleading.

?Under FDA law and regulations, ?mislabeling? and ?misbranding? are defined as ?incorrect,? ?inadequate? or ?incomplete? information. If mercury-based dental fillings were regulated under that law ? as they should be ? terms as incorrect as ?silver? or as inadequate and incomplete as ?amalgam? would no longer be permitted,? Brown explained.

There?s strong support for greater government engagement in protecting Americans? right to know the mercury content of their dental fillings and what non-mercury alternatives are available.

In fact, as Zogby found, regardless of their politics, region or demographics, a strong majority of Americans (55%) want government action ? a government agency or court ? to stop the marketing of mercury dental fillings using misleading terms like ?silver.? Only 17% of Americans are opposed to government action.

And conservatives are as likely as liberals (53% and 55%, respectively) to support government action to crack down on misleading dental mercury marketing.

In spite of all this, the FDA?s official policy position on dental mercury ? as expressed in its rule on amalgam as published in the Federal Register ? is to actually advocate for its increased use.

The Minamata Convention on Mercury is a Game Changer

A new international agreement, the Minamata Convention on Mercury, led and signed by the United States, commits all participating nations to scale down and phase out mercury ? including, specifically, dental mercury ? to clean up their environments and the planet. This agreement emerged from President Obama?s strong desire to lessen children?s exposure to mercury, and is an important part of his Administration?s environmental legacy.

“The reality is that the FDA?s historic unwillingness to bring dental mercury under its branding and labeling rules not only creates an insurmountable obstacle to Americans? right to know what they?re putting in their mouths, it also now puts our country effectively out of compliance with provisions of this environmentally-critical international agreement,” according to Brown.

?You can?t phase down dental mercury unless the FDA gets in line with the goals of the Minamata Convention and agrees to full consumer transparency and education on mercury-based dental fillings. It?s this simple: Americans can?t make the decision to consume less dental mercury if they don?t even know they?re getting dental mercury,? Michael Bender, executive director of the Mercury Policy Project and a key advocate for the Minamata Convention, explained.

What?s Next?

Following the report briefing, Consumers for Dental Choice and their allies introduced an online petition campaign asking the Secretaries of State and Health & Human Services (HHS) to work together to require that the FDA implement a set of policy recommendations designed to assure Americans? right to know the content of their dental fillings while assuring the United States world leadership in lowering dental mercury through the Minamata Convention.

As the research shows, the net effect of decades of misleading marketing of dental mercury led to a measurable lack of product awareness, as reflected by this comment from a poll respondent: ?You [this poll] are the ones that made me aware of mercury being used in fillings.?

By working together across departments and agencies to deliver the kind of strong government action Americans are calling for on dental mercury, and implementing a strong labeling and consumer education program, the Obama Administration has the power to make sure comments like the one above become a thing of the past.







Expats Report Improved Health and Weight Loss When They Move Overseas – InternationalLiving.com

Baltimore, MD (PRWEB) September 09, 2014

With good, fresh food, more exercise, and clean air, expats say they live a healthier lifestyle overseas and it?s easy to do so.

Americans Denver Gray and his wife Ann moved to the beach town of Salinas, Ecuador in March of 2013.

?After we bought our condo, we came to Salinas for five weeks to set things up,? says Gray. ?Some interesting things happened during those five weeks. Without any deliberate attempts to change our diet or lifestyle, my wife and I each lost 10 pounds.?

Denver, who has Type II diabetes, noticed that his morning blood sugar was getting lower within two weeks of being in Salinas.

“During the third week, I had to cut my medication in half because my sugar was getting too low. Once we went back to the States, both the weight and sugar levels crept back up,? he says.

Other expats report that this is not unusual. Many overweight expats who move to Ecuador find that in the first year they lose anywhere from 30 to 50 pounds?without making any conscious effort to change their diet or exercise habits.

The type of food consumed plays a big role in this change. In Ecuador, for the most part, fresh foods are grown without pesticides and chemical additives. The milk, cheese, and eggs come from animals that have not been fed steroids.

The good weather is also a factor. ?The beautiful weather encourages walking or just being outside. Most days we take a morning walk down the boardwalk or an evening walk after dinner?or both,? reports Gray.

?Even walking the dog becomes a nice stroll outdoors. If we were back in the States, with sub-freezing weather and six inches or more of snow on the ground, we would not be lingering over the dog-walk,? he says.

Even though Denver and Ann have a much healthier lifestyle in Ecuador, they both had to go to the doctor once since arriving there. But what impressed them most was that the doctor made a house call.

?He showed up and did the examination. He asked some questions and made his diagnosis. In my case, he administered two injections. His fee for the visit, the injections, and the drugs he provided was $ 60,? reports Gray.

?You can go to clinics that charge even less, and some of them provide free services. But, as in the U.S., you may spend a good part of the day waiting in a room with other sick people. For us, knowing we can have an English-speaking doctor come to our home gives us great peace of mind,? says Gray

The full report on how expats are living a healthier lifestyle overseas, as well as information on health insurance in Ecuador, can be read here: Ecuador’s Natural Weight Loss Plan.

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Expanding Population Base and Changing Meat Consumption Patterns Drive the Global Meat Market, According to New Report by Global Industry Analysts, Inc. {twittertitle}{linksharetitle}{shareasaletitle}

San Jose, California (PRWEB) August 05, 2014

Follow us on LinkedIn ? Meat can typically be classified into two types, fresh and processed. Fresh meat is cut from freshly slaughtered carcasses. Processed meat is a product wherein properties of fresh meat are modified by means of various procedures such as mincing, grinding or chopping, salting, curing, and addition to seasoning, among others. Meat is primarily processed for the purpose of preservation. Preservation procedures typically cause several changes in texture and flavor of meat. Strong demand across the world, primarily driven by growth in population and economic prosperity, has led to significant growth in meat trade over the past few decades. Global exports of poultry, pork and beef have grown more than 40% in the past decade and the year 2014 is expected to be another record-breaking year for exports driven by stronger demand from recovering economies.

East Asia represents a lucrative market for meat. Mounting demand in Sub-Saharan African and Middle Eastern regions is also expected to contribute to the growth in meat trade. Leading cattle producing countries worldwide include India, the United States, Brazil, Argentina and China. The European Union, China, Brazil, Russia, Vietnam, Canada, and Japan are the leading producers of swine worldwide. Leading meat importing countries include the United States, the United Kingdom, Japan and Germany. Argentina, Australia, Denmark and the Netherlands represent leading meat exporters in the global market. In terms of consumption, China represents the largest meat consuming nation worldwide, followed by the United States. The higher consumption figure in China is attributed to its huge population while in terms of per capita consumption, the United States is number one followed by Brazil in the second position.

Future growth will be primarily driven by rapid urbanization and the global push for higher protein diets leading to a spurt in per capita consumption of meat. Increased meat retailing as a result of mushrooming hypermarkets and supermarkets is boosting consumption of meat and meat products. Other important factors encouraging market expansion include better quality meat, low transportation costs, improved distribution system, highly developed slaughter facilities, improved disease control measures, and better livestock management policies. Increasing popularity of branded meat products that ensure safety and offer enhanced quality is also expected to bode well for market growth.

As stated by the new market research report on Meat (Fresh and Processed), Asia-Pacific represents the largest market worldwide. Population growth, rising income levels, increasing demand for convenience foods, rapid urbanization, and rising consumption of animal protein represent key growth drivers in the region. The significantly lower per capita consumption of meat in Asian countries provides untapped potential for market expansion. China and India are forecast to be at the forefront of future growth in the market. Pork represents the largest consumed meat category worldwide. Poultry ranks as the fastest growing market supported by its relatively lower price and easy accessibility for majority of consumers across the world. Additionally, increased demand for low-carbohydrate and low-fat diets is fuelling demand for chicken meat.

Key players covered in the report include Amadori Group, BRF Brasil Foods SA, Cargill Meat Solutions Corp., ConAgra Foods Inc., Cremonini S.p.a., Danish Crown A/S, Dawn Farm Foods Ltd., Elpozo Alimentacion S.A, Foyle Food Group, Hormel Foods Corp., Itoham Foods Inc., JBS S.A, Pilgrim’s Pride Corp., Kepak Group, Kraft Foods Inc., Maple Leaf Foods Inc., Nippon Meat Packers Inc., Perdue Farms, Prima Meat Packers Ltd., San Miguel Pure Foods Company Inc., Sara Lee Corp., Smithfield Foods, Inc., and Tyson Foods, Inc., among others.

The research report titled ?Meat (Fresh and Processed): A Global Strategic Business Report? announced by Global Industry Analysts Inc., provides a comprehensive review of market trends, growth drivers, issues, challenges, mergers, acquisitions, and other strategic industry activities of major players worldwide. The report provides market estimates and projections in metric tons for all major geographic markets including the United States, Canada, Japan, Europe (France, Germany, Italy, UK, Spain, Russia and Rest of Europe), Asia-Pacific (China, India and Rest of Asia-Pacific), Latin America (Brazil, Mexico, and Rest of Latin America), and Rest of World. Product segments analyzed in the report include Pork, Lamb & Goat, Beef & Veal, and Poultry.

For more details about this comprehensive market research report, please visit ? http://www.strategyr.com/Meat_Fresh_And_Processed_Market_Report.asp.

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